Description of Remain at Home Senior Care
"The original vision of Remain At Home Senior Care was to keep seniors thriving in the place they call home. Day in and day out, RAH continues to fill this monumental void in senior care. I'm extremely proud to say we've been true to our mission."
Founder & CEO
Remain At Home Senior Care provides the very best in personalized medical and non-medical care, which is delivered by a highly specialized, interdisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, certified nursing assistants, licensed medical social workers, chaplains and volunteers. This unique form of holistic care allows each and every one of RAH's clients to elect services that are appropriate and specific to their needs. All of RAH's caregivers are licensed professionals.
- In-Home Care: Ranging from a few hours a day or week to 24/7/365, our in-home care is the very essence of RAH and empowers both families and loved ones to keep the promise of independence by offering comprehensive attention in all core areas of senior-care: medical, social, psycho-social, spiritual, and financial, including bill-paying, checkbook balancing, and house-hold budgeting. Utilization of services is based on both need and the explicit wishes of clients and their families.
- Drop-In Care: This level of care is for clients who don't require intensive supervisory care. A specialized clinical member of the RAH team will conduct an in-home visit for 45-minutes to 1-hour and assess both the client's overall condition and the current home environment. An explicit checklist in regards to the client's safety and general medical condition will be filled out and immediately uploaded to the RAH web site, so family members and physicians can log on and get a real-time update on their loved one or patient.
- Hospital Discharge Coordination: Being discharged from a hospital setting after a short or extended illness can be both exciting and scary at the same time. A licensed member of the RAH team will be with you from start to finish to make sure your or your loved one's transition from hospital to home goes as smoothly as possible. RAH staff will assist in everything from organizing belongings at the hospital, helping clients understand discharge instructions, and assisting clients in following their physician's orders once they are at home. RAH can provide transportation, oversee the delivery of any medical equipment that is required, meet the patient at their home, and remain for a minimum of 4 hours to allow the patient time to re-adjust comfortably. Light housework will be performed, as will picking up medications if so desired.
Caregiver Skills Include:
Ethics, Grief Issues, Family Communication, Transition Issues, Communicating with Dementia Patients
|Caregivers available 24 hours a day:||Yes|
|Available to assisted living facility:||Yes|
|RN on Staff:||Yes|
|Home Health (Medical) Care:||Yes|